Oryx and Crake - Section 14 (pages 355-367) Summary & Analysis

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Section 14 (pages 355-367) Summary

On Snowman's way back to the arboretum, he prepares what he will say to the Crakers. He will tell them that Crake has spoken to him in the form of a burning bush and has ordered Jimmy to eat three fish a week from now on. As he approaches the village, he hears a strange crooning. The people have built an effigy of him, and they are singing around it. He wonders where they got the idea of creating a symbol. They are happy that their efforts have brought Snowman home.

Abraham Lincoln tells Snowman that others like him have been there. It was a group that included a woman who smelled "blue," according to the Crakers. The men started to sing to her and expose their blue penises, but the people ran away. They say that the people...

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